From Original Psychedelia to Progressive Post Rock

Psychedelic Gathering gig alert!

Loudhailer Electric Company, Terra Fin and William Nowik. Live music spanning original psychedelic folk to new alternative post rock takes a trip from USA, Lithuania and West Yorkshire to Kingston upon Hull via Freetownway

‘From Original Psychedelia to Progressive Post Rock’ take place on Saturday 20th October 2018 at Kardomah94, Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AN. Doors 7.30pm LECo K94 20 Oct

William Nowik has a history in the psychedelic music and art scene spanning 45 years and is making the trip over to Hull from the states especially for the evening. From his seminal 1974 epic Pan Symphony In E Minor to his current experimental guitar loop road trip journeys recorded from his home state of New York to the streets of Kabul, William’s psychedelic, progressive, very early Floyd / Crimson-esque music is filled with experimental, trippy touches. William creates a buzz and makes friends wherever his travels have taken him. From meeting Son House to playing at The Lamp for Independence Day as part of Hull’s Humber Mouth Literature Festival – and all sorts of spectacular Pan Symphony stories in between – William Nowik’s interview in It’s Psychedelic Baby Magazine is full of gems. Read it here: http://www.psychedelicbabymag.com/2011/11/william-nowik-interview-about-pan.html

Terra Fin are gigging in the UK prior to their next trip to Europe. Alternative / post rock / progressive trio Terra Fin feature highly dynamic guitar soaked with effects and swells and the unique haunting voice of Lithuanian songwriter Jonas Lapinas, beautiful creative bass lines and stylish jazz drumming of rhythm section Corey Clough-Howard and John David Wallis. Visit Terra Fin’s Website https://www.terrafin.co.uk/

Loudhailer Electric Company create original psychedelic sounds and are making waves with their debut album Cursus. “What really draws out the juice is driving through the forest at night with the windows down – wind blowing my hair everywhere – playing Loudhailer Electric Company’s album, Cursus, LOUD. I am sure the BIG Lizards and Bandicoots, Snakes and Owls think I’m extra-terrestrial as I whizz by. It is a very rich experience…” Jungle Jim Ward, Byron Bay, New South Wales.

Visit Loudhailer Electric Company’s website https://loudhailer.net/

Advance Tickets from the venue or Hull Box Office.

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